McDonough Bolyard Peck, Inc. (MBP) is pleased to announce¬†that the firm has been selected by the National Institutes of Health (NIH¬†to provide construction quality management services for the renovation on¬†the Clinical Center Complex.
The NIH Clinical Center Complex, or Building 10, is the largest research¬†hospital in the world. The proposed project is an incremental renovation of¬†215,000 square feet of the F Wing of Building 10 (Floors 2 – 14) on the NIH¬†campus in Bethesda, Maryland.
“This is a critical renovation of one of the most important medical research¬†facilities in the world,” says James T.V.L. Peck, PE, CCM, Senior Vice¬†President and Regional Manager. “MBP is excited to be a part of the process¬†and looking forward to providing quality services to NIH.” The renovation¬†consists of converting former patient care units to laboratories, lab¬†support and offices for clinical research programs, and to install new¬†utilities infrastructure and equipment. The estimated construction cost isover $110 million.
MBP services will include implementing a project management information¬†system for the project, partnering, BIM modeling review, move coordination,¬†equipment activation, cost control using Earned Value Management, building¬†envelope commissioning, and oversight of the LEED certification effort.